Reviewed By Matthew M (OLEAN, NY) Reviewed for a 2017 Dodge Ram —3/18/2018 12:35 PM
Looks great. Have always used the visors that taped to the door on my other trucks but these look so much better and allow window down more in wet weather
Reviewed By Justin S (Niagara Falls, NY) Reviewed for a 2018 Toyota Tacoma —3/11/2018 5:00 PM
The matte black is awesome and the quality of the plastic is excellent. Fitment, however, isn't perfect...off a bit from side to side. Overall, I'm happy that I went with the matte black hood deflector...it was the only matte one on the market for my 2018 Tacoma.
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Protect your vehicle from the damage caused by bugs and rain during road trips.
So you’ve just washed your car; the paint job is gleaming and spotless—wait, what’s that? A horde of bugs just waiting to splat into your ride and mar your pristine finish? Unless you keep your ride parked in the garage all day, you’re likely to come into contact with undesirable insects. Learn how to both protect and care for your finish by reading the handy tips in this guide.
When you’re on the road, you’re also on a mission: to get to your destination. Along the road you may face many obstacles that stand in your way. Think of this journey like a video game: it’s you versus flying rocks and debris, dive-bombing insects and nasty weather. What’s your best defense? Equipping your ride with the best deflectors on the market.
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When it comes to EGR vs Lund, you may wonder which deflector is the best for you. That’s why we have all the information you need to know before you make your buying decision.
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